Brill Research Perspectives in Theological Traditions presents extended essays addressing the current research into the theology and doctrine of Christianity’s diverse traditions as well as similar bodies of thought in other religious traditions. In each issue—typically fifty to one-hundred pages in length including annotated bibliographies – expert scholars map out the current field of research and provide a state of the art account of the subject. Our authors provide historical overviews of important developments, discuss influential theological figures and their ongoing reception, as well as analyzing contemporary debates about the history, present state, and emerging future of specific confessional theological traditions.
Brill Research Perspectives in Theological Traditions is an invaluable resource for students wishing to become and stay current with the latest research concerning the wide-range of Christian and other religious traditions, as well as a dynamic and expert resource for students of theology, history, and related fields.
Forthcoming issues: Evangelical Theology
Old Catholic Theology
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Editor-in-chief: Philip G. Ziegler (University of Aberdeen, UK)
Joshua Furnal (Radboud University, The Netherlands)
Lucy Peppiatt (Westminster Theological Center, UK)
Philip G. Ziegler is Professor of Christian Dogmatics at the University of Aberdeen. He earned a ThD from the University of Toronto / Victoria University, where he studied systematic and historical theology, ecumenics and the philosophy of religion at several member colleges of the Toronto School of Theology. After holding a postdoctoral research fellowship at Princeton University's Center for the Study of Religion, he taught at the Atlantic School of Theology in Halifax, Canada before joining the faculty of the University of Aberdeen in 2006. His research concentrates upon issues in contemporary Christian theology with particular interest in soteriology, eschatology, and the Christian life, as well as the theological legacies of Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Karl Barth and Søren Kierkegaard. He is the author of
Militant Grace (2018) and
Doing Theology When God is Forgotten (2007), and co-editor of the forthcoming
Oxford Handbook of Dietrich Bonhoeffer. He is an Associate Editor of the
Journal of Reformed Theology, also published by Brill.